The economics of the West Coast oil spill clean-up industry
Stone, Christopher M.
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The purpose of this thesis is to examine the industrial structure in oil spill clean-up activity. The study concludes that the commercial sector, the forerunner in clean-up activity, is being supplemented with private, or in-house capability as well as non-profit and public clean-up. However each sector remains a viable part of the total clean-up effort, with each catering to different areas of demand.
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